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Living in South Korea guide

Find out all you need to know to relocate and live in South Korea with the expat guide

Generalities

General information

Formalities

Visas, passports and entry requirements

Visas

Work visas, work permits, working holiday visas and residence permits

Work

Labour market, how to find a job

Accommodation

How to rent a house or an apartment, leases and rental agreements

Study

Student visa, University registration

Health care

Public and private health systems

Bank

Open and manage a bank account

Tax

Tax system, income tax

Transports

Train, bus, plane, car rental

Driver's licence

Driving requirements

Removal

moving, formalities and useful tips

Communications

Phone line, internet provider, post office

Leisure

Sports, leisure and cultural activities
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You are advised to hire international movers if you are planning to settle in South Korea. You should also subscribe to insurance for your belongings.

Different types of accommodations are available in the South Korean capital city. You can choose from studios, apartments, villas, etc, in Seoul.

If you are moving to Busan, South Korea, you can rent an apartment, a house, or even a studio. Housing prices are affordable.

If you are in South Korea with less than 5 years old children, you can enroll them to a child care center or a preprimary school. You can also entrust

Questions and answers about South Korea

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Expatriate health insurance in South Korea

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Moving to South Korea

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Travel insurance in South Korea

Enjoy a stress-free travel across South Korea

Flights to South Korea

Find the best prices for your flight tickets to South Korea

International Money Transfer

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